Peak Legends formally introduced on Steam on November 4, 2020. The game exploded in appeal after it broke devoid of its initial Origin platform. Currently, the game is going through its 2nd competitive season on the Steam platform. Furthermore, a number of fun events keep the entire experience exciting for all of its gamers and now we have the main numbers. Peak Legends has officially broken into Steam’s top five video games in terms of concurrent gamers.


The battle royale’s notable Steam achievement comes hot on the heels of the game’s second-anniversary event. It’s challenging to get a Pinnacle Champion win, however the game itself has actually effectively won over many lovers of the genre. The game’s popularity has been cemented with its leading 5 placement but overall it’s a well-crafted title. The game just fell behind Steam mainstays Counter-strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS. Valheim, another recent newcomer to the Steam platform, discovered its way to the fourth spot.

Steam Top Games by Present Gamer Count

CS: GO – 967,305 Dota 2 – 491,676 PUBG – 424,462 Valheim – 199,466 Apex Legends – 172,630

There’s no accounting for gamer taste however Steam players usually react positively to great competitive titles. Above all, Pinnacle’s achievement becomes more impressive considering the game has actually only been playable on Steam for a little over 4 months. Who knows just how big this video game will get in the coming months.

Presently, Peak Season remains in its 8th competitive season. The second-anniversary is about to finish up but several parts of the occasion could become long-term components to the title. Something is for particular, Respawn Home entertainment clearly appreciates the quality of its video game. Undoubtedly, the spike in gamer count will translate into a better experience for players in general.

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